I was also curious about this process. We have just purchased a 1973 Boler
and it has shiny fiberglass benches and cabinets in a bland offwhite colour. There are many holes from missing rivets, screws (that the previous owners added and we've removed), scuff marks and some chipped areas. I wasn't sure if it could be painted, or even if it should, but we'd like to renovate/refurbish/restore. I can live with the offwhite colour if we have to, but how do I go about filling the holes and matching the existing colour?
Also, the insides of these cabinets are just rough uncoated fibreglass in an orangey-red colour. Rather unappealing and difficult to keep clean. Can this simply be painted for washability and to 'even out' the surface to aid in preventing dirty from catching in each ridge/groove?
It would appear that our ensolite interior has already been painted, but it is peeling off in some areas. How does one clean, prep, and repaint this stuff? What kind of paint should be used?